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Good morning!

Today we celebrate the 228th anniversary of the signing of the most important document in American history: The Constitution of the United States. Please join us in celebrating and reflecting on this important document by lending your voice to the Constitution through our Madison project! To participate:

1) Sign up for a Madison account
2) Highlight some text in the Constitution
3) Leave a comment and hit save

The three most popular annotations by the end of the day will win a parchment replica of the Constitution. We’ll be showcasing notable citizen additions to the document throughout the day so don’t wait to join the conversation!
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We believe democracy means everyone should have the chance to be a hands-on contributor.

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